Infrared Windows for safe thermal inspection

Fluke’s new CLKTO C-Range Infrared Window is designed to facilitate infrared and visual inspections of indoor switchgear and electrical installations, while protecting technicians from…

Fluke’s new CLKTO C-Range Infrared Window is designed to facilitate infrared and visual inspections of indoor switchgear and electrical installations, while protecting technicians from arc-flash or electric shock.

The CLKTO Window is designed for indoor applications and is said to incorporate a clear, impact resistant viewing pane for indoor switchgear rated at up to 72kV.

This viewing pane with Fluke’s own Quadraband optics is designed to allow visual inspection of electrical equipment, even with the cover closed. The unique twist-off magnetic cover is also impact resistant.

Fluke’s Quadraband multispectral optic is said to allow inspection with any thermal imaging camera, for maximum flexibility. Optics are sealed against moisture degradation with a Fluke CLIRVU coating and tested to withstand the long term aging effects of UV exposure.

The unit is designed for maintenance professionals in industrial plants, commercial buildings and electrical utilities who use infrared thermal imagers to inspect installations for hot spots that could indicate loose connections, bad bearings or other equipment failure.